Ron Paul Racist Newsletters

While Ron Paul has claimed that he was not aware of the ugly racism in his own newsletters, sources close to Paul claim otherwise. Paul had defended the newsletters in 1996 before saying he didn’t write them and didn’t know who wrote them and never saw them in 2008 which he has reiterated in 2012. […]

The top GOP candidates who emerged from yesterday’s Iowa Caucus have a few things in common: They’re all white. They’re all men. And they’ve all been accused of racism. Some of these claims proved baseless, but others — we think — are  legitimate. RELATED: Obama Team Reassured By Iowa Santorum Says “Game On” After Iowa […]

Ron Paul (pictured) has a lot of racist supporters, including white supremacist website Stormfront, conspiracy theorist group the John Birch Society and neo-Confederates who believe that the South was right during the civil war. And the support is mutual. While Paul would like you to believe that his connection to racism ended with his newsletters, […]

On his MSNBC show, activist and media personality, the Reverend Al Sharpton discussed Ron Paul’s racist newsletters and their implications. Clearly Sharpton believes that Ron Paul has some explaining to do, pointing out that he was bragging about the newsletters in 1995, while denying knowledge of them today. Rachel Maddow also discussed the racist newletters […]

While being interviewed by CNN’s Gloria Borger, Ron Paul walked away from the interview after being asked about the racist newsletters that were put out in his name in the 80s and 90s. After Paul gave the same implausible explanation that he didn’t write them and never looked over them and was not aware of […]

After we posted the racist newsletters from Ron Paul’s past, more have come into light from Blogger, Adam Holland. Holland not only provides more racism from Paul but also admissions from his campaign and himself  that he wrote them before claiming they were secretly written by a mystery ghost writer who’s name has never been […]